100: It is the act of giving another speaker credit for his or her ideas
What is citation?
200: These are the two primary types of citation that we use in this class
What are MLA and APA?
300: Two types of citations occur in a paper; the first is located within the paper, and the second comes at the end.
What are in-text citations and a final references page?
400: This is the primary guide you should use to locate information about citation styles in your UNIV classes
What is Alice? (bonus point: where is it located? Rampages.us/alice)
500: MLA and APA stand for these “Associations”
What are the Modern Language Association and the American Psychological Association
100: These are the two typographic styles/punctuation that indicate a title
What are italics and quotations?
200: You use this format to indicate the title of a book, film, or major publication
What are italics?
300: You use this format to indicate an essay, article, or episode
What are quotations?
400: Use the proper title punctuation for the following title: “Why the US is Right to Move Away from Private Prisons,” The New Yorker
500: This is the ONLY time you do NOT use quotation marks to indicate a title
What is an APA style reference page?
100: It is the CENTERED title of a citation page in MLA style citation
What is Works Cited?
200: It is the CENTERED title of a citation page in APA style citation
What is References?
300: It is the order in which you arrange entries in a final citation page
What is alphabetical order?
400: It is the paragraph formatting you use in all final citation pages
What is hanging indentation (bonus: how do you locate it on Word? Under “Format,” select “paragraphs” and then choose hanging indent under the special options.)
500: You use these bullet points, em-dashes, or numbers to indicate each entry in a citation page
What is NONE?
100: Create an MLA citation for Just Mercy using ALICE (2 minutes)
Stevenson, Bryan. Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption. Paperback Edition, Spiegel & Grau, 2015.
200: Create an APA citation for Radioactive using ALICE (3 minutes)
Redniss, Lauren (2011). Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie: A Tale of Love and Fallout.
300: Create an MLA citation for Roxane Gay’s “What We Hunger For” (2 minutes)
Gay, Roxane. “What We Hunger For.” Focused Inquiry True Stories: Narrative and Understanding, 2016-17 ed., Macmillan, 2016, pp. 176-181.
400: Create an MLA citation for “Why the US is Right to Move Away from Private Prisons” from the New Yorker (3 min)
Smith, Clint. “Why the U.S. is Right to Move Away from Private Prisons.” The New Yorker. 24 August 2016, http://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/why-the-u-s-is-right-to-move-away-from-private-prisons.
500: Create an APA citation for the first episode of Harry Potter and the Sacred Text (5 min.)
Nedelman, Ariana, Casper ter Kuile and Vanessa Zoltan (Producers). (2016, May 19) The Boy Who Lived, Book One Chapter One, Harry Potter and the Sacred Text [Audio Podcast]. Retrieved from http://www.harrypottersacredtext.com.